Bruce Weber, ‘Rio de Janeiro, A Photographic Journal...’, Doyle

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1986. First edition (stated), inscribed by Bruce Weber on the title page. Original publisher's photo-pictorial stiff wraps. 14.5 x 11 inches (36.65 x 18 cm); unpaginated, illustrated with 130 full-page photographic reproductions of Weber's photographs. Very light wear and soiling;

Together with Bruce Weber. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1989. First edition, signed by Weber. Publisher's cloth in dust jacket. 12 x 9.5 inches (30 x 14 cm); unpaginated, illustrated with 130 full-page photographic reproductions of Weber's photographs. Fine copy; And Bruce Weber. Los Angeles: Twelvetrees Press, [1983]. First edition, one of 5,000 copies. Original cloth in dust jacket. 14.375 x 11.25 inches; unpaginated. Jacket with slight soiling.The first work is a classic photobook, Roth 254; Auer 668.

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About Bruce Weber

Bruce Weber is a photographer and filmmaker best known for black-and-white photographs that capture an all-American look and feel. Often working in portraiture, Weber strives to capture the emotions of his subjects and honestly reveal elements of personality. While he credits Diane Arbus as an artistic influence, Weber has helped define an idealized and iconic American look, particularly through 1980s advertisement campaigns for brands such as Abercrombie and Fitch, Ralph Lauren, and Calvin Klein.

American, b. 1946, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, based in New York, New York